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Thursday, Dec 02, 2021
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srinagar, j&K

Shotgun Consent

Shotgun Consent
Shotgun Consent
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Attacks on voices of moderation within the separatist movement, it seems, is not going to cease soon. Just a few days after the assassination of Hurriyat leader Abdul Ghani Lone, suspected militants have hit back again. Three unidentified gunmen fired at Zafar Iqbal, a reporter of the daily Kashmir Images. Iqbal is battling for his life at a Srinagar hospital.

The attack took place on May 29 afternoon. The three gunmen entered the newspaper’s office and after they failed to persuade Iqbal to sign a piece of paper, one of them pulled out a pistol and shot at him. Iqbal is battling for his life at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences. Editor Bashir Manzar was saved because he wasn’t in office. Images is known to support the position of leaders

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